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Old 29th August 2017, 18:10   #321
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Cook drops another one. Probably won't make any difference at this stage but England - and particularly Cook this innings - have had the opportunities to wrap this up a long time ago. Only got themselves to blame.
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Old 31st August 2017, 10:31   #322
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He caused the run out which is what I meant.
Deliberately, or was it more a matter of chance, as he was attempting a catch?
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Old 1st September 2017, 12:09   #323
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Drops in bold from Cricinfo but there were some half chances that were not highlighted. Stoneman got his hand on a few at short leg, a catch was said to have bounced in front of Westley before going into his hands, Bairstow doesn't dive to a ball going between him and Cook etc.

Root always seems to be dropped before making runs. his 50s

Root dropped on 8 by Powell bowler Gabriel - out for 59
Stokes dropped on 9 by Brathwaite bowler Roach
Stokes dropped on 98 by Gabriel bowler Roach - out for 100
Broad dropped on 0 by Dowrich bowler Gabriel - out for 0

Root dropped on 10 by K Hope bowler Roach - out for 72
Malan dropped on 32 by Dowrich bowler Holder - out for 61
Bairstow dropped on 13 by K Hope bowler Holder - out for 18

Stoneman drops S Hope off Ali on 72 - out for 147
Ali drops Blackwood off Broad on 21 - out for 49
Ali drops Gabriel off his own bowling on 0 - out for 10

Cook drops Brathwaite off Broad on 4 - out for 95
Cook drops S Hope off Broad on 106 - not out 118

Nothing to do with fielding but the opposition didn't have to catch these.
lbws and bowled this summer

Cook lbw 2 bowled 1
Jennings lbw 1 bowled 1
Stoneman bowled 2
Westley lbw 2
Root bowled 4 lbw 1
Ballance lbw 2 bowled 1
Malan bowled 3 lbw 1
Stokes lbw 1 bowled 2
Bairstow lbw 2 bowled 3
Ali bowled 2
Dawson lbw 1 bowled 1
Wood lbw 1 bowled 1
Broad lbw 1 bowled 1
Roland-Jones lbw 1
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Old 2nd September 2017, 08:16   #324
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Drops in bold from Cricinfo
None seem to be in bold, a few in bowled
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Old 2nd September 2017, 08:37   #325
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None seem to be in bold, a few in bowled
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Old 2nd September 2017, 19:37   #326
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So the West Indies didn't suffer from dropped catches any more than England but the commentators seemed to think that they did all the drops.
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Old 7th September 2017, 11:12   #327
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Another easy one down from Cook. Almost goes next ball to Stokes - Bumble confused!
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Old 30th September 2017, 00:40   #328
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Dropped catches in ODIs since the two new balls in October 2011

Bowler

18 - Finn
13 - Woakes
11 - Bresnan, Tredwell, Anderson, Broad, Rashid
10 - Stokes, Plunkett
9 - Jordan, Wood, Ali
7 - Dernbach
5 - Bopara
4 - Swann, Curran
3 - Willey, Ball
2 - Meaker, Root, Topley
1 - Patel, Borthwick, Gurney

Dropped by

24 - Buttler
13 - Kieswetter
11 - Root
9 - Morgan
8 - Woakes
7 - Tredwell, Cook, Stokes, Hales, Ali
6 - Trott
5 - Bresnan, Anderson, Finn, Roy, Bairstow
4 - Bopara, Jordan, Ball, Plunkett
3 - Pietersen, Patel, Rashid
2 - Swann, Carberry, Gurney, Bell, Wood
1 - Broad

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Old 30th September 2017, 02:11   #329
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This thread is pointless. Why is it still here? England's fielding record this summer has been as good as anybody's. Our fielding has been crisp and when he is not keeping, Bairstow is absolutely tops. Anderson, Broad, any of our bowlers let little by. Root and Cook are as good as most in the slips. There are no passengers a la Monty, Malcolm, Tufnell, so where is the problem?
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Old 30th September 2017, 09:21   #330
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This thread is pointless. Why is it still here? England's fielding record this summer has been as good as anybody's. Our fielding has been crisp and when he is not keeping, Bairstow is absolutely tops. Anderson, Broad, any of our bowlers let little by. Root and Cook are as good as most in the slips. There are no passengers a la Monty, Malcolm, Tufnell, so where is the problem?
The last two tests of the summer, that was far from the case MC, with Cook in particular shelling a fair few chances.
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Old 30th September 2017, 18:38   #331
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Our slip cordon is pretty poor by international standards especially if we're missing Stokes, the rest of the fielding is fine in tests and generally very good (possibly the best in the world) in the shorter formats.
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This thread is pointless. Why is it still here? England's fielding record this summer has been as good as anybody's. Our fielding has been crisp and when he is not keeping, Bairstow is absolutely tops. Anderson, Broad, any of our bowlers let little by. Root and Cook are as good as most in the slips. There are no passengers a la Monty, Malcolm, Tufnell, so where is the problem?
England dropped a lot especially against the Windies. Trevor Bayliss said afterwards that for England to stand any chance in the Ashes the catching had to greatly improve.
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Old 16th December 2017, 16:42   #333
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England dropped a lot especially against the Windies. Trevor Bayliss said afterwards that for England to stand any chance in the Ashes the catching had to greatly improve.
It hasn't.
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Old 17th December 2017, 15:53   #334
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We haven’t created many or any chances that could be dropped though, have we?
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Old 17th December 2017, 16:07   #335
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We havenít created many or any chances that could be dropped though, have we?
Not many no, the couple I can remember have been off woakes, one at fine leg in the first test and then one dropped by Root in the slips off SM this test. I suppose you could say Ali had one dropped off him in this test but that's only because it bounced off short legs foot, other than that I'm struggling (Overton and Jimmy both had C&B chance I guess). We certainly haven't had many opportunities in the slips other than the 2nd test 2nd innings.
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Old 17th December 2017, 16:16   #336
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Bairstow?
Heís clearly the quickest in the England side, Stokes probably next quickest.

When those two are in free scoring mode I bet it must be a nightmare for fielding captains... if the ball isnít going to the fence theyíre turning comfortable ones into not particularly risky twos.

I donít recall Bairstow having many shockers with run outs... other than calling himself through for one in an ODI last year and being out for a duck.
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Australian dropped catches this #Ashes series (11):
Smith 3
Paine 2
Bancroft 2
S Marsh 1
M Marsh 1
Cummins 1
Hazlewood 1

Bowlers suffering dropped catches:
Lyon 5
Starc 2
Cummins 2
Hazlewood 1
M Marsh 1
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Australian dropped catches this #Ashes series (11):
Smith 3
Paine 2
Bancroft 2
S Marsh 1
M Marsh 1
Cummins 1
Hazlewood 1

Bowlers suffering dropped catches:
Lyon 5
Starc 2
Cummins 2
Hazlewood 1
M Marsh 1

I saw Lyon looking like he'd pull his hair out if he had any yesterday. I guess that's why.
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Carl Hopkinson has been appointed as the new fielding coach at the ECB. It doesn't seem necessarily so much with the first team but in charge of fielding throughout the English game.

http://www.theargus.co.uk/sport/1596..._key_ECB_role/
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Carl Hopkinson has been appointed as the new fielding coach at the ECB. It doesn't seem necessarily so much with the first team but in charge of fielding throughout the English game.

http://www.theargus.co.uk/sport/1596..._key_ECB_role/
Chris Taylor was brought in by Moores in 2014.

Our worst series of dropped catches seemed to be in India. 18 dropped. Were England looking for a new fielding coach after that or had Taylor had enough?
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